Recent Advances in Powder Metallurgy
Nicholas J. Grant Professor, Department of Metallurgy, Massachusetts Inst. of Technology, Cambridge, Mass.
It is the purpose of this paper to examine a number of the recent developments in powder metallurgy, being most concerned with those which are yet to prove themselves rather than those which have achieved commercial maturity. Such developments include the production of very much coarser and very much finer powders, down to t he near-micron size range. Also considered are activated sintering, direct powder rolling and extrusion (both hot and cold), brazing and welding, hydrides of reactive metals, oxide dispersion strengthened alloys and theoretical evaluations.
alloy, aluminum, micron, powder metallurgy, sintering, Alloys, Development, Developments, Fines, metals, Oxide, Powder metallurgy, Production, Temperature